Penn State Mum on Specifics of Sandusky-Scandal Fees to Outside Firms

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Penn State University disclosed late Tuesday that it has spent nearly $17 million on fees paid to outside lawyers, consultants, and public relations professionals as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. The school did not, however, provide a breakdown detailing how much it paid to its outside law firms, two of which agreed to merge last week.

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